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Ryan Richardson: Fleas flourish in warm summer months
Judging by your emails and calls over the past two weeks, I think we might already have a flea problem on our hands in the Four States.
Volunteer vigor: Teen wins national award for service efforts at Carver park
Volunteerism is so ingrained in Ashley Burns' life that she hopes to remain a volunteer as long as possible. "I could live with that for the rest of my life," she said.
Danya Walker: State history featured in two interesting books
Working at the library allows me to come across a wide variety of books.
Ryan Richardson: Fourth of July means extra concerns for pets
While this holiday means a lot of cookouts, swimming and, of course, fireworks, there is an inherent safety issue that goes along with those traditions. Though you may be aware of how to guard yourself against the heat and hazards of fireworks, your pets are a different story.
Inside the fire: Members of Joplin Flow can handle the heat of fire spinning
It's a serious question: When Cayla Harpool, Brian Brown, Jake Zumwalt and other friends get together, they must address whether they plan to burn.
Frankie Meyer: Libary offering talk on how to interview
If you are headed to the Springfield-Greene County Library Center soon, you are in for a treat.
Lisa Brown: Graphic novels regularly added for adults
A popular genre at Joplin Public Library continues to be graphic novels -- not just for the teens and children but also for adults.
Ryan Richardson: Pierce City artist puts pets first in paintings
If you haven't had the chance to meet her yet, she is an artist who is extremely invested in her work and in building the art community in the area. She is one of the founders of the Pierce City Arts Council, which has hosted an art festival inside of the city for six years.
Achievement unlocked: Business owner celebrates release of "Furballs" video game on Apple Store
Olson accomplished a goal Thursday: After about two years of work, he and his company, Wise App Inc., published the video game "Furballs" in the Apple Store.
Jeana Gockley: These suggestions will keep kids reading all summer long
It is that time at the library again -- summer reading! The library has activities, books, programs and a summer reading club that will help fill those seemingly endless days of summer.
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